Imagine being the person in charge of New York City reopening, and you look at the following table: it looks pretty good, right? This is what I thought, to officials in New York, too. In fact, the reopening is the city starting today. “Ben 400,000 workers build return work could begin production sites and retail stores in the first phase of the city reopens,” the New York Times reports. What-what the chart can-can not say whether the ongoing protests against police brutality increased infections dramatically. It takes about 10-14 days for new infections in the data to show, in part because of how long it takes people to get tested and reported their findings. I mean, really old delighted the numbers we’re up to two weeks; It is analogous to look into the night sky on a star and carry the light that you see is actually thousands of years. New York protests, which began about 12 days, seem to have so far caused a huge increase in confirmed cases. (Many protesters wear masks, gloves and goggles were, did the double task for some of them is to protect the virus gas and tear.) But 12 days is 14 days, which means knowing it too soon if the demonstrations have brought in widespread use for sure. Protests aside, the recovery seems high elsewhere in the country for bringing, among other things, in Texas, Arizona and Florida, many public health experts, such as the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIH) Director Dr. . Anthony Fauci should recognize the fine line of foot protests of justice, while the fear expressed that they continue to spread the disease. “Every time I hear or see the large crowds congregation at a time and geographical area in which there is an active infection transmission, it’s a perfect set-up for the spread of the virus in the sense of creating these blips , could turn said in an interview Friday with Washington in certain shock “radio station Facui, DC WTOP. “It ‘a delicate balance, because the reasons for the survey are valid,” he added later. It may be silly New York (or elsewhere) to wait, thinking, until a vaccine or a treatment before resuming America lack the economic safety net for such a break, and there is clearly no political will for programs the need for government support. And if it is a point that the fault can not against the protesters, but the systemic racism that drove them to the streets. But today the reopening, before we know if the virus was distributed among the protesters, it was a mistake on outdated data. The city, which had never rested sleep peacefully for a few days if it meant a healthier, wiser reopening. This story has been adapted 19 COVID newsletter of the short crown, daily time. To register click here for future updates in your inbox.